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Wednesday, 14 August 2019

League backflips on finals ban after wild clash


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The Penrith junior league has back-flipped on its decision to ban Colyton from the A Grade finals just 48 hours after booting them out of the competition.

Colyton launched an appeal with the Panthers junior league last night and was successful in getting reinstated after originally being banned after a spiteful clash with Cambridge Park last weekend.

"I have spoken to the referees and match officials and, contrary to reports, none of them was threatened with a bottle as was alleged," Penrith junior league manager Phil Cummings told Wide World of Sports.

"All that happened was one bloke tried to crawl under the fence to get onto the field and he was dragged back by other members of the crowd."

Colyton will now play minor premiers St Clair Comets this weekend for a place in the grand final against Glenmore Park Brumbies.

The Penrith junior league has back-flipped on its decision to ban Colyton from the A Grade finals just 48 hours after booting them out of the competition.

Colyton launched an appeal with the Panthers junior league last night and was successful in getting reinstated after originally being banned after a spiteful clash with Cambridge Park last weekend.

"I have spoken to the referees and match officials and, contrary to reports, none of them was threatened with a bottle as was alleged," Penrith junior league manager Phil Cummings told Wide World of Sports.

"All that happened was one bloke tried to crawl under the fence to get onto the field and he was dragged back by other members of the crowd."

Colyton will now play minor premiers St Clair Comets this weekend for a place in the grand final against Glenmore Park Brumbies.

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